Penny Lancaster scolds man for urinating in street as she starts job as special constable


Model Penny Lancaster, 50, was spotted for the first time on patrol in London after qualifying as a special constable. The wife of rockstar Sir Rod Stewart, 76, looked worlds away from her usual glam self and every inch the law enforcer as she took to the streets of the capital after qualifying in April.

Taking her role as Special Constable seriously, the mother-of-two was hard at work as she engaged in a conversation with a man while on her shift.

The man, who had apparently urinated inside a metal sculpture in the city, found himself on the receiving end of Penny’s stern words, as she reprimanded him for his actions.


Not impressed, the model escorted the man to Boots where she made him purchase a bottle of water to wash down the sculpture with.

Dressed in a fully functional police officer’s uniform, Penny embraced her new role while on patrol.

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Donning a custodian helmet, tactical vest, black trousers and chunky boots, the star was almost unrecognisable in the uniform.

She wore her blonde tresses practically pulled back in a ponytail and wore little make up.

On Wednesday, the wife of rockstar legend Rod appeared on Good Morning Britain to speak to hosts Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley about joining the force.


She divulged that while she had yet to make an arrest, she had come to the aid of a “suicidal” woman, who was in “desperate” need.

When asked by the hosts whether Sir Rod attempted to dissuade her from the job, she said that he hadn’t, before acknowledging that the role was “dangerous”.

Penny said: “Not at all. It is dangerous, but the police are the public, the public are the police.


“There’s women and men alike – brothers, sisters, uncles, aunties, we’re just regular people but we put that uniform on to help protect,” she continued.

Penny also said that she has so far gone unrecognised while on the beat due to her dramatically different appearance.

The star said that she decided to join the force after being inspired by taking part in Channel 4’s 2019 series, Famous and Fighting Crime.


Penny added that she saw her Special Constable role as an extension of her charity work.

She explained: “The campaigning and charity work I do, this is just an extension of working for the community and for the good of people. It’s free of charge.

“I’m giving up my time to help the community and that’s why I wanted to become a police officer, to be out there”, she finished.


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